Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper @justinbieber) got the ball rolling on the last day of Coachella, as one of the first acts to perform. Not only did the rising Chicago rap star ignite the crowd, he got some help from Justin Bieber in fanning the flames as they performed “Confident” for the first time together. Watch…
Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) and Ariana Grande were supposed to have dropped this off back in March, but due to problems “out of their control” the track’s release was postponed indefinitely. However, today CB decides to drop off a new video for the track to hold his fans over until it gets a full release. Watch…
For episode 2 of Future’s (@1future) “Honest” web series, he heads to London, England to kick it with BBC Radio 1 DJ Charlie Sloth. Watch below as he discusses his upcoming album Honest, which is in stores April 22nd.
Wiz Khalifa (@WizKhalifa) heads back to his hometown of Pittsburgh for the official video for his Blacc Hollywood single “We Dem Boyz”. Watch below.
Following the release of “My Afternoon Dream” last month, Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko) returns to her Sail Out EP as she drops off the official video for her “Comfort Inn Ending” freestyle. Watch below.
Jhené Aiko (@jheneaiko) took to the stage for the first time at Coachella last night so she had to make it a special night for her and her fans. After running through a number of songs from Sail Out she invited Drake to join her on stage to perform “From Time”. Check it below.
TDE’s 1st lady SZA (@justsza) connects with Isaiah Rashad for the official video for their Z collabo “Warm Winds”. Watch below.
Soulja Boy (@souljaboy) flexes in his surroundings for the visual to “Triple Beam” which will be apart of his forthcoming album Super Dope. Releasing on April 20th.
Nas (@nas) was one of the headliners for Day 2 of Week 1 at Coachella and closed out the night with some assistance from Jay Z and Diddy. Hov popped up on stage to do “Dead Presidents” and “Where I’m From” while Puff rocked “Hate Me Now”. Watch the footage below.
Mac Miller (@macmiller) returned home to Pittsburgh to headline at Carnegie Mellon University’s Spring Carnival Concert. During his set, Most Dope’s capo decided to perform three new songs, two of which are called “Insomniac” and “Therapy”. However, the first song title isn’t revealed but Mac kicks some stand out lines like “I did it without…